A group of Connecticut state lawmakers are facing a massive public backlash, after introducing legislation that would remove financial authority from Catholic priests in their own parishes and give control to a lay commission.  What is triggering this effort?  Why is the real agenda of these lawmakers?  Why do they really have a beef with the Catholic church?  What would be the real impact of such intrusion by government?  And how does all this square with the first amendment to the Constitution?  We ask Carl Anderson, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, the world’s largest lay Catholic organization, which is based in Connecticut.